Danny may be a code geek, but he still loves to get outside and kick around the football. Soccer is definitely the best sport in the world, and yes, MLS will (someday) be a legitimate league.
Coding has become a passion and a hobby. When Danny isn't writing software for his day job, he's working on different pet projects, playing around with new technologies, or making a website for somebodys sister-in-law.
In high school Danny taught himself how to play guitar. Now he records and produces his own songs. Despite Danny's age, he's a HUGE Beatles fan. Some of his other inspirations are Thievery Corporation, Tycho, Air, Zero 7 and Massive Attack.
2 weeks before graduation, Danny secured himself a job at The Harry Fox Agency, a music company, working in a LAMP environment hosted on Amazon Web Services. With no experience in PHP, Danny picked it up very quickly and learned to work with Code Igniter and Laravel frameworks as well as learn the intracies of the linux (CentOS, Ubuntu) environment.
After creating a brand new royalty processing engine (as well as other applications), responsible for maintaining, processing, and distributing money off of hundreds of millions of lines of incoming data, Danny has been given the opportunity to design and build-out the rest of HFA's rights management suite of services dubbed Slingshot.
Embarking on a new chapter, Danny found himself a new gig working with some really talented people at Lawline.com. Focusing on working with some new toys, Laravel 5 and Angular.js at the helm with some overlap in Elasticsearch, Jenkins, Nginx and AWS, is blasting Danny into the forefront of modern web development.